All That Glitters is Not Gold by Valerie Cheers Brown

The goal of this blog is to audit current writing to endeavor to distinguish the potential impending impact of pyrotechnics or fireworks on the respiratory strength of solid and in addition defenseless people and can even be carcinogenic to the well-being of the health.

What if we began searching for causes of health issues and especially when we see an incease in a cetain illness/disease such as tumors or cancer. If we knew the cause could we cure ourselves?

When I watch how many rock and roll musicians, actors singers, artists, etc. are passing us by and actually dying I often wonder if we knew the cause can we prevent this from happening to more people?

Now, remember this is just a hypothesis. I have written about this before and I also found some good news making me believe that somebody is paying attention. We will share the good news at the end of this blog, but 4 now let’s take a look what pyrotechnics are made out of off.

Have you ever wondered how pretty the stages look when the atists, musicians are performing and how pretty all of those sound effect lights during the show amaze us?

Have you ever heard that old saying, “All that glitters is not gold?”

I did a little bit of researching and found out what actually goes into the pyrotechnics which makes eyes go wow while at concerts.

What are pyrotechnics?

Pyrotechnics is the science of using materials capable of undergoing self-contained and self-sustained exothermic chemical reactions for the production of heat, light, gas, smoke and/or sound. Its etymology stems from the Greek words pyro (“fire”) and tekhnikos (“made by art”).
Taking after an exhaustive audit of the writing accessible, additionally studies are important to solidify current confirmation and theory. Usage of systems and implementation of directions to confine the unsafe contaminants being utilized as a part of the firecrackers business and in addition legitimate control on the amount of firecrackers let off, together with extra observation of air quality amid times of expanded hazard ought to help to keep away from superfluous dreariness. We prescribe that powerless people, fundamentally patients experiencing respiratory conditions, ought to stay away from overwhelming presentation to maintain a strategic distance from the likelihood of intensifications of their disease. Expanding mindfulness among the high-hazard gatherings ought to abatement bleakness and the quantity of unscheduled social insurance visits and hospitalizations.

Promote learning on the physical properties of firecracker vaporized particles could enhance our comprehension of the impact of firecrackers on respiratory wellbeing. Settling on more natural benevolent procedures utilizing more up to date innovation other than the routine techniques is a further conceivable arrangement.

Surveying the respiratory strength of firecracker producers and distinguishing any potential negative effect are important to advance wellbeing and security among these people with the likelihood of evading conceivable dismalness and mortality.

The wellspring of most firecrackers is a little tube called an airborne shell that contains touchy chemicals. Every one of the lights, hues, and hints of a firecracker originate from these chemicals. An ethereal shell is made of black gun powder, which is an outstanding unstable, and little globs of hazardous materials called stars.
Now, the good news:
According to:  Red Fireworks Lose Cancer-Causing Potential: The red glow comes from carcinogenic compounds but chemists have found a safer substitute by Sarah Everts, Chemical & Engineering News on August 25, 2015
“Makers of fireworks and flares have long believed that the beautiful red color in their explosions could be attained only with chlorine-based compounds. But after these ingredients combust, they can transform into cancer-causing chemicals that then fall to the Earth.”
“Now, new chlorine-free pyrotechnics could pave the way for a generation of red flares and fireworks that are better for the environment and for people’s health, says Jesse J. Sabatini at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, in Maryland. Sabatini developed the red pyrotechnics with Ernst-Christian Koch at consulting firm Lutradyn, in Kaiserslautern, Germany (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2015, DOI: 10.1002/anie.201505829).”
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Maybe we need to do more research before we use things in this country and begin not being so materialistic conscience, but health conscious and much more observant so no more lives don’t go up in smoke?!
All I am saying is: “All that glitters is not gold?”





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